Celcom Home to offer up to 100Mbps unlimited high-speed fibre or 1000GB of wireless Internet for Malaysian homes


Celcom have announced their Celcom Home Fibre service recently, offering unlimited high-speed fibre Internet up to 100 Mbps for RM120 per month and 30Mbps for RM80 per month. This should be enough to video stream UHD or 4K quality movies. It joins their existing Celcom Home Wireless service which offers up to 1000GB video walla and music walla at RM150 per month at average speeds of 30Mbps, making up their overall Celcom Home solution. 

Both Celcom Home services are set at 24 month contracts and are currently available at all Celcom bluecube outlets but the Celcom Home Fibre solution is dependant on coverage area and requires installation, which is nonetheless free and comes with a free router. The Celcom Home Wireless solution on the other hand is plug and play and fully capable of handling up to 64 individual devices at a time. Check out the Celcom site for more info. 

Here’s what they had to say about it:

“Our offerings provide speeds that are sufficient for any digital pursuit such as 4K video streaming, video calls, gaming and many more. As we were recently awarded and ranked No. 1 for 4G Availability and Upload Speed Experience in Malaysia by Opensignal, our new fibre optic service will be complemented by our wireless LTE coverage, with over 9,000 LTE cell towers covering 94% of network  population across Malaysia and over 98% in most states. Using end-to-end technology such as 4T4R multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO), Carrier Aggregation, 256 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) and many more, we are confident of delivering the best internet connectivity and digital experiences to the homes in Malaysia.

Celcom remains dedicated in continually innovating its offerings with more exciting features and privileges. From our mobile plans, home internet to smart business solutions and many more, we want to ensure that every Malaysian will be able to enjoy the nation’s best 4G network and fibre infrastructure anywhere they may be,” Idham Nawawi, Chief Executive Officer of Celcom Axiata Berhad